This is an ISO file which you can burn to a DVD-R and have it playback in a DVD-Audio player. The ISO file is split in to 7 parts and can be reassembled using a free program like 7-Zip: http://www.7-zip.org/download.html
(Win, Mac, & Linux)
If you are wondering what a DVD-Audio player is then you probably don't want to download this file. A DVD-Audio player is not the same thing as a DVD-Video player (normal dvd player), there is a difference and it can only be played by a DVD-Audio player.
If you are uncertain if your player can play DVD-Audio discs then look for the DVD-Audio Logo which should be located on the front panel of your DVD-Player:
You can hear samples of the music here:
Go here for more information on the album:
Once this file has been burnt onto a DVD-r disc the disc will contain the 5.1 Surround Sound DVD-Audio version of Diatonis' "Dark Edges" album. The music is mild dark ambient with moments of more intense sound. It's meant to be played back using the 5.1 surround sound format.
The album is:
96kHz / 24-bit depth
5.0 Surround Sound (No LFE or SUB track)
Menu is NTSC 4:3
The album will jump to the first track when inserted into your player. Make certain to turn on your bass management system as there is no LFE/SUB track but rather 5 full range channels. The album has been stripped down to only include the 5.1 surround version. The stereo version, videos, and photos have been removed.
[WHAT DO I DO WITH THE ISO FILE]
The ISO file is split in to 7 parts and can be reassembled using a free program like 7-Zip: http://www.7-zip.org/download.html
(Win, Mac, & Linux). Once you have the ISO image file you can simply burn this file to a DVD-R or DVD+R. You can look here for instructions on using Nero to burn to a DVD: http://www.wizardskeep.org/mainhall/tutor/neroiso.html
After you get the file you'll need to burn it to a DVDr. If you need a free ISO burner for Windows I like this one: http://infrarecorder.sourceforge.net/
I've had the best luck with the silver faced ink-jet printable Taiyo Yuden DVD-Rs. They play in all of my players, but use what works for your player.
Its easy to do. After that place the disc in your DVD-Audio player and that's it.
Thanks You For Your Interest!